From 'Fake News' to Black Panther, Check Out This Year's Most Popular Halloween Costumes
Of course, there are also sexy takes on perennial favorites.
Halloween is just around the corner and the costume ideas, from the serious to the hilarious, are taking over social media.
Inside Edition found one idea that might catch on thanks to President Trump, a newsprint dress with a big red "fake" stamp.
Of course, the idea is inspired by the commander in chief's popular declaration of "fake news."
Beyoncé slayed at Coachella earlier this year, so don't be surprised to see the singer's various outfits from the event around the neighborhood this year, complete with the superstar's signature jewels and vibrant headgear.
Women across America are still swooning over Dr. Rich Constantine, aka “The Dancing Dentist,” who captivated the internet while performing the so-called "Shiggy challenge” in his scrubs.
His viral hit is a great costume idea for those looking to dress like a dentist and dance the night away.
Marvel's hit film “Black Panther” dominated the box office this year, and that success is moving into the Halloween costume arena.
Inside Edition’s models caused quite a stir in New York City as they showed off their costumes from Yandy.com.
Sexy takes on traditional Halloween costumes remain a popular pick, including cop and firefighter.
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